Office product subscription 'Microsoft 365' to abolish the ability to create a unique domain email address
Microsoft 365 '' and `` Microsoft 365 Personal (formerly Office 365) '' can use their own domain email addresses with the webmail service Outlook.com . However, after November 30, 2023, it is reported that Outlook.com will not be able to create new email addresses with its own domain.
Users of Microsoft's Office product subscription service ``
Very sad to see that @Outlook is removing support for custom email address domains from their premium consumer product. I use this feature and it's been great to have, especially after Google killed off free Google Apps accounts earlier this year.pic.twitter.com /6VWUsYZOZH— Juliana Peña (@limitedmage) November 2, 2022
Microsoft is killing custom domain names in Outlook.com | BigTechWire
Normally, the domain of the email address that can be used with Outlook.com is 'outlook.com', but users of the Microsoft 365 family can create an email address using their own domain . By using an email address with your own domain, you can prevent the email address from being duplicated by other users.
However, Microsoft plans to abolish the ability to create new domain email addresses on Outlook.com. A message about this decision has been sent to users of the Microsoft 365 family.
The text of the notice obtained by overseas media BigTechWire is as follows. 'Microsoft is working to improve your Microsoft 365 subscription and may change features and benefits.' [email protected]) will no longer be associated.'
According to Microsoft's notice, if you have already set up your own email address, this change will not affect you and you can continue to use the service without interruption. However, if you delete your existing unique email address after November 30, 2023, you will not be able to add it again.
'We are very disappointed to learn that Outlook is removing support for custom email address domains, especially after Google discontinues the free version of G Suit in early 2022,' said Juliana Peña, an engineer who received the notice. was very helpful to have this feature,' he said.
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